One of the key benefits of membership at CII is the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of ongoing activities. The core processes provide a framework for group activities.
The Board of Advisors oversees all CII activities. Composed of an advisor and one or more alternate representatives from each member organization, the Board represents senior management. These executives are involved in the construction programs of their organizations and can commit the resources of their organization to CII activities.
CII committees bring together member organization representatives to do the hard work of operating CII. Committees direct CII’s core efforts, identify leaders, conduct events, oversee the finances of the Institute, and find ad hoc ways to serve the membership.
The Knowledge Management Committee sponsors venues that promote knowledge sharing and interchange among CII members. These venues, Communities of Practice (COPs), have great potential to influence the course of future CII research and workshops.
Participating on CII teams provides members the opportunity to a unique training opportunity. CII teams conduct the research, validate the research results, and further develop findings in educational materials.
The Best Practices–Best Practitioners Alliance between CII and the the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) is the industry leader in developing the professional construction industry workforce based on professional certification and reliance on proven industry best practices.
CII collaborates with other organizations both formally and informally.
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